Tolly’s flowers are our neighbours opposite our shop.
Tolly’s flowers, amazing wedding flowers recently featured in the award-winning blog ‘Love My Dress’. We are so lucky to have neighbours near by offering something special for the wedding industry.
Tollys flowers wedding flower arrangements captured the imagination of the ‘Love My Dress’ blog, after we decorated a church and marquee for a military wedding, in the heart of the East Anglian countryside.
The design team are known for creating magnificent and enchanting floral displays, that provide the perfect backdrop to a dream wedding. The brief was to create simple, elegant white and green arrangements. Enhancing the beauty of the country-based reception venue and the 14th-century village church, where the nuptials were held.
They decorated the Grade II listed St Andrew’s Church in Helions Bumpstead, on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border, with dramatic pedestal and font arrangements. After exchanging rings and vows the happy couple, Sophie and Todd, exited through the church’s ancient gateway which was adorned with flowers.
At the reception, they hung a gorgeous flower ball that defied gravity from the centre of the marquee, to create a spectacular focal point; each of the dining tables, including the head table, were fashioned with pretty runners of green foliage interspersed with large white flowers.
At Tolly’s Flowers they pride themselves on attention to detail and even the shiny, polished open top military truck, which transported the bridesmaids to and from the church, was decked out with garlands of white flowers to create a wonderful canopy.
The romantic occasion was captured in its full glory by photographer Nick Tucker, who is known for his documentary editorial style. His journalistic photos, which included pictures of ourstunning wedding flowers, appeared on Love My Dress’ Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google + and Pinterest pages, and these each have a following of between 2,500 to 621,000 readers.
The cake was decorated with green foliage, which the couple cut with the groom’s ceremonial sword, much to the delight of the guests.
Tollys flowers – Floral designers, Rous Road, Newmarket.